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Andrew Nhem
Works at Stephouse Networks
Attended University of Oregon
Lives in Portland, OR
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I'm excited for the new Smash Bros.. It looks great! http://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-direct/04-08-2014/#/video-ndirect
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Playing through Fire Emblem for the third time now. Feels like the first time still.
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Nick Offerman on AMA again. So charming. So good.
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I love that the slug of this article is "privacy is dead," followed by a thoughtful look about why it isn't. That metadata.
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Heroes of the Storm looks pretty fun. Seems like it leans towards the casual side of things, much like Awesomenauts. #MOBA   #gaming  
Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard's upcoming MOBA, looks fun when big YouTubers, like TotalBiscuit, StarCraft's Husky, Jesse Cox and a few others team up to try out the game, which is currently in alpha—a fact that explains why it looks a bit empty at the moment, compared to, say, DOTA.
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Hey, #SEATTLE  #ContentStrategy folks-- here's a pretty cool gig for ya.
 
JOB: Facebook is hiring a content strategist in SEATTLE!

Join my team and make an impact: https://www.facebook.com/careers/department?dept=design&req=a0IA000000CyypqMAB
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Greatest coworker ever. #starcraft #crochet
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Just read an interesting question from a LinkedIn Content Strategy Group. I thought I'd share it here for discussion.

The author works for a web development/custom CMS shop that wants to build a Content Strategy discipline to provide extra value for their clients.

Do they slowly compile a practice together with a short-term hiring stints of contractors and specialists, or go all-in and hire someone/some people full-time to build out the discipline?

What do you all think?
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I've been faced with this issue myself. It depends on the size of the client and project. For me it was ideal to have a full time person to ensure the ongoing success and for consistency. As Kevin mentioned this is good for authority and trust also.

I then used an agency to help produce the scalability required for initial launch then used freelancers for the continuation of the project.
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Freelancers and entrepreneurs will unite over some interesting small business wonders at Pioneer Nation. My company will provide some solid Wi-Fi there. If you're going, enjoy the event!
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Occupation
Content Strategist at Stephouse Networks, NW Towers and for various happy clients.
Employment
  • Stephouse Networks
    Content Strategist, 2011 - present
  • Fairway America
    Marketing Specialist, 2009 - 2011
  • CATATILLA Design
    Copywriter, 2008 - 2009
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Portland, OR
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Tagline
Content Strategist, Customer Experience Design, Front-End Web Tinkerer
Introduction
Portland, OR - Depending on the weather or time of day, Andrew may be working on a Content Strategy project, reading, messing with the web, running, playing games, or being a fierce, fierce friend.
Bragging rights
Robert D. Clark Honors College Grad from the University of Oregon Class of 2007, I've won random awards and such, I can cook a lot of things.
Education
  • University of Oregon
    School of Journalism and Communication, 2003 - 2007
  • University of Oregon
    Robert D. Clark Honors College, 2003 - 2007
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